architectural camouflage by snarkitecture for PAOM
‘architectural camouflage’ – designed by snarkitecture and produced by print all over me – is a new series of apparel that uses allover prints of white building materials, allowing the wearer to blend into their architectural surroundings. the first release of this series includes patterns that replicate subway tile, marble, and hex tile all printed at a 1:1 scale on a range of wearable PAOM pieces from shirts to caps, jackets, backpacks and trousers.
‘architectural camouflage allows the wearer to create moments of architectural confusion through interaction with the built environment, making architecture perform the unexpected.’ – snarkitecture
hex tile – shirt and trousers
hex tile – cap and shirt
marble – hooded jacket
marble – hooded jacket
marble – t-shirt
subway tile – jump suit
subway tile – jump suit and backpack
subway tile – jump suit and backpack
the collection can be purchased here »
‘snarkitecture is a collaborative process at its core. it’s a dialogue-based practice more than it is a divisory one. seeing a project through to fruition involves a back and forth – a working through of questions posed by art, that architecture is able to answer, and vice versa.’ – read our interview with them here »